Facilities Projects

Updated 5/7/18 - updated information shown in red
  

Gibson-Grant Cabin Master Plan

In 2015, a log house was discovered incased within a ranch home at the corner of Quail Creek and Flower Mound Rd.  The log house, named the Gibson-Grant cabin, dates back to 1860-1861. The Town of Flower Mound acquired the property and log house in order to rehabilitate and preserve the historic cabin and surrounding historic additions. On July 17, 2017 the Town Council approved a professional services agreement for preservation planning and architectural services with Quimby McCoy Preservation Architecture, LLP, in the amount of $35,000. Based on the selective demolition that was done in late November, the architect needs additional time to review the discoveries made during the demolition. The historic structure and masterplan were approved by Town Council on March 5, 2018. There was a request to look at some changes related to the exterior which will be incorporated prior to submitting to the Texas Historic Commission (THC) in June. Architects contacting THC to determine if changes would impact desired historical designations. 

Anticipated completion: Substantially complete

Fire Station #7

The project consists of an approximately 10,000 square foot Fire Station and associated site improvements located on Skillern Road, just north of the intersection of Wichita Trail and Skillern Road. A professional services agreement with Brown, Reynolds Watford Architects, Inc. for the design, in the amount of $399,600, was approved by Town Council on February 5, 2018. Kick off meeting held February 20. Design is ongoing. Staff met with HOA representatives on March 6th and then held a second meeting on April 3 with citizens, HOA representatives and the architects. 75% design meeting was held April 17.

Library Expansion/Renovation

This project consists of a renovation of the existing 25,000 sq. foot Library and an expansion of approximately 15,000 sq. ft., as well as associated site improvements. On December 4, 2017, the Town Council approved a professional services agreement for design services with Komatsu Architecture., for $794,963. Komatsu Architecture was the architect for the library when built. Design is ongoing. Survey and platting agreements are in process. 50% schematic meeting held April 25. Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) scheduled for bid is May 17.  CMAR is scheduled to Council in June for approval.

Town Hall


The project consists of an approximately 42,000 square foot Town Hall and associated site improvements located at intersection of FM 1171 and Morriss Road being the same location of the existing Town Hall. The project will utilize the Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) delivery method. A professional services agreement with Oxley Williams and Tharp Architects for the design, in the amount of $862,500, was approved by Town Council on August 15, 2016. A professional services agreement with Kleinfelder Central, Inc., to provide geotechnical professional engineering services, in the amount of $14,990, was approved by Manager Communication on August 28. The Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) contract with Steele Freeman was approved by Town Council on December 19. The CMAR contract with Steele Freeman, Inc., in the amount of $15,796,695, was approved at the June 5, 2017 Town Council Meeting. Ongoing work/installations: 

  • Waterline testing
  • Masonry
  • Transformers set - two weeks away from power
Anticipated completion: January 2019
 
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